Poisonous plants in your garden workshop
Poisonous plants in your garden
This workshop will be held on May 14th
Parents, especially mums, fear that children might find poisonous plants in your garden, and worse, come to harm from them. And they are right to be concerned as there are lots of very common plants with dangerous leaves, seeds and sap.
But knowing what they are and quite what level of risk they pose can put your mind at rest, and allow you and your children to enjoy the garden without worry.
The poisonous plants in the garden workshop will introduce you to the most common plants that pose a risk, and show you how to recognise the most dangerous ones that are perhaps not so common, and may not even be in your own garden.
Remember that in the vast majority of cases your child would have to sit down to three courses of plants to cause much harm, but there are few that can be quite nasty.
Many of these plants contain substance used in medicines, and so contact with or ingestion is dangerous.
Some parts of plants are dangerous to your pets. Unlike your children, they won’t learn to avoid them. Know what can hurt your pets and protect them.
The poisonous plants in your garden workshop will cover:
The most dangerous plants likely to be in your garden
How to recognise them
Handling poisonous plants
Do you need to remove them
How much has to be consumed to cause illness
The most dangerous top 10
How to treat ingestion of berries or leaves
How to treat contact poisoning
About the poisonous plants in your garden workshop, and further garden workshop events
My garden workshops will only be able to host a limited number of guests on each occasion, on a first come or invitation basis, and are intended to impart and share knowledge, not as a commercial venture. They are an introduction to me. This workshop will cost £2 per person.
Some events will be covered presented by myself, but I also hope to introduce other local garden enthusiasts with particular passions and specialist knowledge.
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